Class Action Employment Law

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Since filing a series of collective actions in 1992 for unpaid overtime premiums against nearly 50 drywall companies during the historic Southern California drywall workers’ organizing campaign, Gilbert & Sackman has been devoting more and more of its practice to class and collective actions, primarily in the wage and hour area.

Some of the class actions we are currently handling are:

  • A class action against ConocoPhillips for failure to provide meal periods.
  • A class action against Chevron for failure to provide meal periods.
  • Two class actions against Shell Oil for failure to provide meal periods.
  • Two class actions against Tesoro Refineries for failure to provide meal periods.

 


Gilbert & Sackman has been devoting more and more of its practice to class and collective actions, primarily in the wage and hour area.


 

Some of the ones we’ve handled in the past are: 

  • Three class actions against ExxonMobil for failure to provide meal and rest periods.
  • A class action against Albertson’s, Lucky, and Sav-on for failure to pay employees promptly when they are terminated or quit.
  • A class action against Georgia-Pacific for failure to provide meal and rest periods.
  • A class action against Highland Plastics, Inc. for failure to provide meal periods, failure to provide rest periods, failure to pay for all time worked, forcing people to work off-the-clock, and forcing employees to work more than six days in a row.
  • A representative action against Tower Industries, Inc. (doing business as Allied Mechanical) for failure to provide meal periods, failure to provide rest periods, and failure to pay for all time worked.
  • A class action against Albertson’s for forcing employees to work off-the-clock.
  • A class action against Unilever for violations of WARN and ERISA.
  • A class action against Aerotek for misclassifying certain employees as exempt, salaried employees.
  • A class action against Title Insurance Messenger Service for failing to pay overtime premiums.